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Smart city traffic technology solutions deployed to ease chronic congestion in cities will generate $4.4 billion in revenue in 2023, up from $2 billion in 2019, according to a new study from Juniper Research. These solutions typically use sensors in combination with machine learning software algorithms to dynamically alter traffic

Australian start-up Imagine Intelligent Materials (Imagine IM) has won $100,000 grant from toll road operator Transurban to develop “smart” roads. The grant will be used by Imagine IM over a nine-month period to build graphene-based sensors that will be able to be installed under motorways. These will ultimately be able

YouTube and Facebook account for one third of all US mobile web traffic Facebook and Google are utterly dominant on mobile,  with the Facebook mothership and YouTube accounting for just under a third of all mobile web traffic in the US. Both companies also have other properties in the top ten:

YouTube and Facebook account for one third of all US mobile web traffic Facebook and Google are utterly dominant on mobile,  with the Facebook mothership and YouTube accounting for just under a third of all mobile web traffic in the US. Both companies also have other properties in the top ten:

The majority of Australian marketers now employ content marketing strategies according to a new study by the Content Marketing Institute and the Association of Data-driven Marketing and Advertising  (ADMA) According to the research nearly half of the marketers surveyed believe that ROI measurement was an immediate and important criteria to

Mobile commerce traffic is surging but revenue growth to the platform remains tepid, according to a study by Monetate. Apple users, however, are the biggest spenders. Monetate is a leading provider of testing and targeting, email optimisation and personalisation solutions, and the study integrated its client data. The study’s authors describe

A new study by the e-tailing group reveals that social media and social networking groups deliver less than one per cent of web traffic to US retailers. This is despite heavy investment in the channels. One cautionary note: the study does not measure the impact of advertising on social media

Online advertising is the most transparent, measurable and apparently accountable form of advertising that has ever existed and yet there is ample evidence that marketers consider it no more effective than anything that has come before. If that dichotomy seems a little hard to reconcile then figures released this week

Google+ may have a billion registered users but it also has a big problem – its turns out forcing people to join your service does not necessarily translate into the kinds of commercial outcomes that put money in the bank. Now, while it may have a lot of money in